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CR2008 hangs after upgrade to SP2 when opening a report w/ invalid printer

Hi,

until CR2008 SP1, when I open a report that was formatted for an unknown printer, a messagebox is displayed with that message an I was able to edit the report and/or assign a correct printer to it. After installing SP2 this behaviour is changed in a an "application hang". CR2008 stops responding. When I open that same report in CR2008 SP1 and delete the printer info, the report opens without any problems in CR2008 SP2

THIS I.M.H.O. A SERIOUS BUG!!!!

Regards,

Adri

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  • Posted on Aug 13, 2009 at 02:02 PM

    From the header of this forum:

    +Forum: .NET Development - Crystal Reports

    This forum is dedicated to topics related to custom application development or deployment with Crystal Reports in .Net. This includes full versions of Crystal Reports as well as those versions of Crystal Reports bundled with Microsoft Visual Studio .Net+

    As your query concerns the Crystal Reports Designer, I am moving the thread to the Crystal Reports Design forum.

    Ludek

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  • Posted on Oct 02, 2009 at 03:36 AM

    If this is still an issue please re-post your question or purchase a support case on line and have a dedicated support engineer work with you directly

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